While hopefully you have the support of family and friends, there are a bunch of great apps to help with parenting duties - because sometimes a little help can go a long way!

Becoming a new parent is one of the most exciting times in your life, but can be daunting at the same time.  As a new parent you are probably trying to juggle looking after your new born, making some down-time for yourself (which is probably non-existent!) as well as keeping up with the many other obligations in life.

While hopefully you have the support of family and friends, there are a bunch of great apps to help with parenting duties - because sometimes a little help can go a long way! Here are 3 amazing, free apps that make being a new parent that much easier!

 

The Baby Diaries

This all-in-one app is hugely popular. It is full of features to track and record your baby’s routines, growth and development. Some features include:

  • Baby tracker: to keep track of milk feeds, solid feeds, nappy changes, sleeping and routines.

  • Baby milestones: record each development milestone including date, time and a photo.

  • Multiple profiles so it is suitable for twins.

Sound Sleeper

This amazing app will get your baby to sleep in no time! The life-like sounds will help soothe and relax your baby.  Some features include:

  • Various modes: listen mode (turn on when baby is restless), play mode (sounds to intrigue your baby) & sleep tracker (track sleep patterns).

  • Real, life-like sounds including: nature, womb, hair-dryer, hush, shhhh, rain, ocean and vacuum.

  • An option to record your own baby’s sounds.

WebMD Baby

This app gives you access to valuable doctor - approved health information from illnesses to emergency symptoms and newborn care tips – wherever and whenever you need it. Some features include:

  • Weekly content packages for baby’s first two years, with guidance related to their specific age and stage.

  • Track various health information related to your baby, such as various emergency symptoms you should look for in your newborn or baby, caring tips, health news and more.

 

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